Oh look a here we have another 2 post wonder lurking around the forums. I clicked on this post because my wife has a lot of food allergies and I was hoping that your information would be helpful. Well, it was not. I think it's called common sense which does not seem to be too common anymore. This could have happened at any food establishment in the world. As a matter of fact, my wife had a similar issue with Joe's Crab Shack recently. Common sense tells you that you must research any establishment before eating there so that you can ask the proper questions to make the best possible selection. A little detail can be missed and it still can happen. In my opinion, most companies are doing a good job of keeping guests safe. At the same time when you eat somewhere new it's just common sense to bring your medication that relieves the the allergy.
My wife is currently dealing with a situation where she was told that all the foods that she likes to eat regularly she is allergic too. Also, she is currently not eating meat. so it's easier to ask her what she can eat than all the things that she cannot. I have done some research and found that Carnival does a great job to catering to guest with allergies so we were going on just talk with guest services once we got on-board so that we could begin planning her meals and have questions prepared. Thanks to the responses I will call the special needs department tomorrow to see if we can arrange someone to help us set up her meals. That would be super helpful.
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